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Trendy Styles That Are on the Cheap!

Styles change so fast that your bank account can hardly keep up. You might scroll through your social media feed and see an outfit that you'd love to have, only to note the price and then keep on scrolling. Fortunately, you don't have to choose between a new outfit and groceries when you add these styles to your closet and replace your old clothes. 

 

Shirt Dresses 

 

Shirt dresses are casual, comfortable, and fashionable as an alternative to the laid-back look of jeans and a T-shirt. These oversized shirts are styles you can wear all year round. Pair a sleeveless shirt dress with a pair of sandals and a sunhat for the spring or summer, or with leggings and a pair of ankle booties for the winter. For increased versatility, opt for a dress with a neutral color or plain print, and dress it up with accessories. 

 

Athleisure Wear 

 

While still not appropriate for the office, yoga pants, sweats, and oversized hoodies are on-trend fashions for running errands or just being out and about. Patterned leggings, a trim tracksuit, and crop pullover are all stylish and affordable choices to add to your wardrobe. 

 

Vintage Denim Jeans 

 

There's no need to spend hundreds of dollars on a pair of designer jeans when an old pair of vintage jeans are just as fashionable. In fact, those designer jeans are inspired by fashions from decades past. High-waisted and relaxed-fit jeans have made a comeback and are perfect to add to your wardrobe. Keep the style relevant by incorporating modern tops, shoes, and accessories into the outfit rather than going full vintage. 

 

Little Black Dress 

 

A little black dress is a wardrobe essential and one you can usually find on the cheap. Shop thrift stores, discount stores, and the sales racks of department stores to find the perfect dress that fits in your budget. When selecting a dress, avoid fashions that won't be in style after this season. Opt for something timeless instead. This fashionable piece will be a standby in your closet for cocktail parties and other get-togethers. 

 

Old School Sneakers 

 

Old school sneakers like Vans and Converse are classics. They were probably your favorite pair during your rebellious phase in middle school, and you will be happy to hear they still have a place in your adult wardrobe. They're comfortable enough to wear for long walks or standing for long periods, and they're versatile enough to wear with a dress or suit for a fun or dressed-down look. 

 

Structured Handbag 

 

If you're looking for a trendy and versatile handbag, consider a structured handbag. The straight lines and sharp angles give the bag a touch of elegance that elevate any outfit. Opt for faux leather over the real deal for a more affordable price. 

 

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